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  • Fishing Report 10-07-11
    Anglers! Got a fish tale to tell, or some photographic evidence to back it up? Then let the Los Alamos Monitor know! Submit your fish stories and photos to lasports@lamonitor.com. Then check out lamonitor.com and see if you made the trophy board! Northwest Animas River: The flow is 121 cfs. The river continues to fish fair to good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms.
  • ’Topper volleyball stays at No. 3 in 4A
    Here are this week’s Class 4A football and volleyball coaches’ polls. Polls are conducted by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Football     Team     Total pts.    Previous 1. Goddard (13)    139    1 2. Aztec (1)          120    2 3. Valencia           101    3 4. Artesia               98    4
  • LA girls are unanimous pick for state’s No. 1
    Here are this week’s Class 4A boys and girls soccer coaches’ polls. Weekly soccer polls are conducted by NMSoccer.com. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Girls     Team     Total pts.    Previous 1. Los Alamos (6)    60    1 2. St. Pius X            52    2 3. Farmington          42    4 4. Aztec                  38    5
  • Lobos come out flat as Aggies win 3-1
    LAS CRUCES — For sure, you have to give the Aggie their dues. After all, New Mexico State beat the Lobos three games out of four and used solid net work to grab a 3-1 win over New Mexico Tuesday night in the Pan American Center. But Lobo Coach Jeff Nelson also blamed another team for UNM’s loss to Aggies. He blamed the Lobos. “We came out with no intensity, really flat,” said Nelson of the 25-22, 25-18, 22-25, 25-17 loss to the Aggies in front of a crowd of 1,669. “They’re just not bringing it. They (the Aggies) outworked us. I think they wanted it a lot more than we did.”
  • State Notes 10-04-11
    Lobo men’s hoops tickets go on sale Wednesday ALBUQUERQUE – The University of New Mexico will put 2011-12 men’s basketball season tickets on sale at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Tickets will go on sale at the Lobos’ ticket office, located at The Pit in Albuquerque. Tickets may also be purchased online at golobos.com or by calling the ticket office at 505-925-5858. The Lobos, who have won at least 22 games in each of head coach Steve Alford’s first four years at the school, are returning senior Drew Gordon and last year’s Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year Kendall Williams.
  • Roundup: Friday's Prep Football Scores From Around the State
      PREP FOOTBALL Alamogordo 50, Hobbs 21 Animas 8, Carrizozo 0 Bernalillo 31, Piedra Vista 28 Bloomfield 44, Capital 13 Carlsbad 55, Albuquerque High 0 Clovis Christian 55, Vaughn 0 Crownpoint 44, Zuni 43 Deming 51, Cobre 0 Dulce 32, McCurdy 18 Eunice 60, Tucumcari 30 Gallup 27, Kirtland Central 21, OT Gateway Christian 52, Menaul 0 Goddard 29, Clovis 28 Hot Springs 39, Mesilla Valley Christian 35 Laguna-Acoma 55, Cuba 0 Las Cruces 24, Artesia 20
  • Fishing Report 09-30-11
    Northwest   Animas River: The flow is 175 cfs. The river continues to fish fair to good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms.
  • Volleyball stays put at No. 3
    Here are this week’s Class 4A football and volleyball coaches’ polls. Polls are conducted by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Football    Team  Total pts.    Pvs. 1. Goddard (15)  150    1 2. Aztec    121    3 3. Valencia    109    4 4. Artesia    101    2 5. Los Lunas    84    5 6. Belen    81    6 7. Farmington  67    8 8. Moriarty    35    -
  • LA girls on top of 4A poll
    Here are this week’s Class 4A boys and girls soccer coaches’ polls. Weekly soccer polls are conducted by NMSoccer.com. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Girls    Team  Total pts.    Pvs. 1. Los Alamos (5) 59    3 2. St. Pius X (1)  51    2 3. Academy        48    1 4. Farmington     38    4 5. Aztec             34    6 6. Piedra Vista    31    5
  • Losses, lack of support cited in UNM coach firing--video extra
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's bad record, a lack of fan support, and a number of "embarrassing" off-the-field events led to the firing of head football coach Mike Locksley, athletic director Paul Krebs said Monday. Speaking at a news conference on campus, Krebs said he told Locksley on Sunday of his decision to fire him after the Lobos lost 48-45 in overtime Saturday to Sam Houston State before an announced crowd of 16,313 — the smallest home crowd in nearly two decades. "In the end I made a decision I thought needed to be made," said Krebs. "I did not see any good ending to this story."